Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace The Premier League

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"See what he has done for the club in all those years, it's incredible and awesome".

Wenger admits he is still coming to terms with his decision to step down at the end of the season, and believes he has laid solid foundations for his successor to build upon once Arsenal appoint their new manager. While speaking to Arsenal's official website he spoke about how he will want to change the first leg result against Atletico Madrid, where the Gunners conceded a goal with the Spanish club down to 10 men.

"It was spontaneous", he revealed after the game.

"We have gone through a season of ups and downs but they have always created something special and I would like that to come out in the last game by the way we play it".

"It's part of the respect".

"He's done a lot for the club, we might not see it but we will see it at some point".

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The club announced he would be leaving on April 20 with the Gunners still in the Europa League semi-finals and with five Premier League games remaining.

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Steve Mounie brought a good save from David Ospina with an early header in a quiet opening 15 minutes, during which two planes bearing banners paying tribute to Wenger were flown over the stands.

"Chapman smiled at me as he was on the photo just outside the dressing room".

O'Leary was in the crowd at the Emirates Stadium to watch Arsenal defeat Burnley 5-0.

Arsene Wenger ended his Arsenal reign with a win at Huddersfield on an emotionally-charged afternoon at the John Smith's Stadium.

Arsene Wenger oversaw victory in his final game as Arsenal manager before admitting he may look to work overseas to avoid coming up against the Gunners in the future.

The Frenchman posed for pictures and signed autographs for fans after arriving at the team hotel near Leeds on Saturday.

It also allowed Wenger to celebrate victory in his 828th and final top-flight match in charge at the 54th different ground he has visited as Gunners boss in the competition.